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Old 08-03-2015, 12:54 AM   #1
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Towing a Ford Fusion behind a 2015 Allegro Red 38QRA

I have had my 2015 Allegro Red now for just five months and I'm very happy with the whole package, I live in Arizona and most of my trips usually requires me to go up 7,000 to 9,000 feet in elevation so far no issues with the Cummins 340 but I'm think of buying a car dolly to tow my 2014 Ford Fusion or my 1998 Toyota Camry should I expect issues towing any of this vehicles?? I know it will take time to go up the incline and I'm aware of it but is there anything else that I should be in the look out for? Is there anything special that I have to do t make sure my rig does not overheat?? I see gas units towing similar vehicles without issue but the rigs that I have seen the MH is smaller than my 38QRA. Any advise is appreciated! Thank You!
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You shouldn't have any problem. A member of our Good Sam club has been towing a Fusion with a 2004 Allegro gas model with out any problems. Dave
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